S3 Static Site¶
This document contains information about the S3 Static Site service supported in Handel. This Handel service sets up an S3 bucket and CloudFront distribution for your static website.
This service requires you to have the external AWS CLI installed in order to use it. See the AWS documentation for help on installing it.
If you are running Handel inside CodePipeline, you should already have the AWS CLI pre-installed.
No CORS Support¶
This service doesn’t yet support configuring CORS support on the static site bucket.
No Redirects Support¶
This service doesn’t yet support redirects (i.e. ‘www.mysite.com’ to ‘mysite.com’) to your static site bucket.
This service takes the following parameters:
|type||string||Yes||This must always be s3staticsite for this service type.|
|path_to_code||string||Yes||The path to the folder where your static website resides. This will be uploaded to your S3 static site bucket.|
|bucket_name||string||No||<appName>-<environmentName>-<serviceName>-<serviceType>||The name of the bucket to create. This name must be globally unique across all AWS accounts, so ‘myBucket’ will likely be taken. :)|
|versioning||string||No||disabled||Whether to enable versioning on the bucket. Allowed values: ‘enabled’, ‘disabled’|
|index_document||string||No||index.html||The name of the file in S3 to serve as the index document.|
|error_document||string||No||error.html||The name of the file in S3 to serve as the error document.|
|cloudfront||CloudFront Configuration||No||Configuration for CloudFront. If not specified, CloudFront is not enabled.|
|tags||Resource Tags||No||Any tags you want to apply to your S3 bucket|
The cloudfront section is defined by the following schema:
|https_certificate||string||No||The ID of an Amazon Certificate Manager certificate to use for this site|
|dns_names||List<string>||No||The DNS names to use for the CloudFront distribution. See DNS Records.|
|price_class||string||No||all||one of 100, 200, or all. See CloudFront Pricing.|
|logging||enabled|disabled||No||enabled||Whether or not to log all calls to Cloudfront.|
|min_ttl||TTL Values||No||0||Minimum time to cache objects in CloudFront|
|max_ttl||TTL Values||No||1 year||Maximum time to cache objects in CloudFront|
|default_ttl||TTL Values||No||1 day||Default time to cache objects in CloudFront|
min_ttl, max_ttl, and default_ttl control how often CloudFront will check the source bucket for updated objects. They are specified in seconds. In the interest of readability, Handel also offers some duration shortcuts:
|Alias||Duration in seconds|
So, writing this:
cloudfront_max_ttl: 2 days
is equivalent to:
Example Handel File¶
This Handel file shows an S3 Static Site service being configured:
version: 1 name: s3-static-website environments: dev: site: type: s3staticsite path_to_code: ./_site/ versioning: enabled index_document: index.html error_document: error.html cdn: price_class: all https_certificate: 6afbc85f-de0c-4ee9-b7d7-28b961eca135 tags: mytag: myvalue
Depending on this service¶
The S3 Static Site service cannot be referenced as a dependency for another Handel service.
Events produced by this service¶
The S3 Static Site service does not produce events for other Handel services.
Events consumed by this service¶
The S3 Static Site service does not consume events from other Handel services.